Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Stamp Issuer Datasheet - Ascension Island

This chart represents a detailed analysis of stamps issued by Ascension Island, as supported by the 2009 issue of Scott's Standard Postage Stamp Catalog.

































































































































































Ascension Island
Basic Philatelic Information
Date of first recognized stamp issue 1922
Date of last recognized stamp issue Active
Previous Stamp Issuer None
Subsequent Stamp Issuer (if a "dead country") N/A
Regular Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = 918 Mint Used
Catalog value of first listed stamp $6.00 $25.00
Catalog value of least expensive stamp $0.20

few

$0.20

few

Catalog value of most expensive stamp

(major Scott Numbers only)

$175.00

(Scott #8)

$200.00

(Scott #8)

Estimated total catalog value of recognized issues $3370 $3670
Semi-Postal Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Air Post Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Special Delivery Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Postage Due Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = 6 Mint Used
Catalog value of least expensive stamp $0.20

Scott #J1-3

$0.25

Scott #J1-3

Catalog value of most expensive stamp

(major Scott Numbers only)

$0.75

(Scott #J6)

$1.00

(Scott #J6)

Estimated total catalog value of recognized issues $1.95 $2.65
War Tax Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Official Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Newspaper Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Parcel Post Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Postal Tax Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None
Postal Tax Due Stamps
Number of Stamps in Catalog = None







Notes:

All stamp data is determined from analysis of the Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalog, issued 2009. Other catalogs may have additional stamps, different costs, or different methodologies of labeling and identifying stamps.

All values are in U.S. Dollars.

All stamp valuations include major Scott numbered stamps, and exclude errors, variations, and stamps so rare as to be unattainable by all but the most advanced collectors.

Scott frequently uses a single catalog number for souvenir sheets or strips of stamps that were sold as a single unit. In these cases, the sheet is only counted as one unit and the component stamps are not counted individually.


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